Daily Archives: January 5, 2018

I keep reading articles claiming that inflation is nowhere to be found. If that is true, explain the following four charts. Copper has broken out of a 10-year downtrend. This chart suggests that Copper will be retesting its 2011 highs. … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on The Biggest Trend of 2018 Is Not Deflation, It’s IN-flation

I keep reading articles claiming that inflation is nowhere to be found. If that is true, explain the following four charts. Copper has broken out of a 10-year downtrend. This chart suggests that Copper will be retesting its 2011 highs. … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Commodities Are Frontrunning the Inflationary Shock of 2018

I keep reading articles claiming that inflation is nowhere to be found. If that is true, explain the following four charts. Copper has broken out of a 10-year downtrend. This chart suggests that Copper will be retesting its 2011 highs. … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Commodities Are Calling “BS” On the Fed’s Claims of No Inflation

I keep reading articles claiming that inflation is nowhere to be found. If that is true, explain the following four charts. Copper has broken out of a 10-year downtrend. This chart suggests that Copper will be retesting its 2011 highs. … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Four Charts For the “There is No Inflation” Crowd

I keep reading articles claiming that inflation is nowhere to be found. If that is true, explain the following four charts. Copper has broken out of a 10-year downtrend. This chart suggests that Copper will be retesting its 2011 highs. … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Nothing to See Hear: Copper, Steel, Coal and Uranium Staging MASSIVE Multiyear Breakouts